Aleister Black’s Post-WWE Dream Matches Include Many AEW Stars

Aleister Black’s Post-WWE Dream Matches Include Many AEW Stars

Tommy End, formerly known as Aleister Black in WWE, has listed off some of his dream matches after being released last week.

Black’s list notably includes a number of AEW wrestlers, which is exciting as he’s definitely one of the available names that fans most want to see join the promotion.

Speaking with Renee Paquette on Oral Sessions, he said:

“I wanna get in the ring with Moose, (Sami) Callihan, (Jon) Moxley, (Kenny) Omega, Chris Daniels. There is such an array of talent. I think Jungle Boy is great. (Will) Hobbs, I think he’s awesome. Brian Cage, Brody King, Homicide. I would love to get in there with Homicide. I think Homicide is the OG, and I love him and have tons of respect. Eddie Kingston is another one.”

Black also discussed the prospect of working with NJPW, adding:

“I think it’s no secret that I have a lot of love for New Japan. I think in several interviews I mentioned that I never grew up watching WWE, I watched New Japan on Eurosport. So, when AEW had Yuji Nagata, I was pretty envious of Mox because that was one of the guys I looked up to when I was younger. New Japan would be phenomenal. I love Japan, and I miss Japan. Even thinking about it gives me butterflies because never did I feel more like a professional wrestler – and I can say that now again – than when I stepped off the plane in the airport and would drive down to Yokohama and I would go into the dojo and start training. It was great. So, yeah, I don’t know what the future holds at this point. I mean, I know certain parts of my future, but I’m not gonna spoil things.”

PWInsider actually reported yesterday that some people backstage in WWE have pushed for the company to re-sign Aleister Black, believing he was released prematurely.

It’s been announced that he’ll be appearing at Rack Attack’s ‘Big Event’ on November 13.

Quotes via 411Mania

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3 years ago by Liam Winnard


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